The real reason the F.B.I. snapped up spicy Russian ginger spy Anna Chapman in 2010 may have just been revealed–Ms. Chapman was alarmingly close to bedding a member of President Barack Obama’s “inner circle.” That’s the report coming from the U.K.’s Independent by way of Wired Magazine’s “Danger Room.” Read what the British paper has to say about the high-level allure of Ms. Chapman’s duplicitous sugar walls:
On July 15, a few days after Anna Chapman and the other Russian spies were sent home, Anna Fermanova, a U.S. citizen from Latvia, was arrested at JFK airport for allegedly trying to smuggle high-tech sniper scopes to Moscow. Sexy Facebook photos were found and Ms. Fermanova was quickly labeled “Anna Read More
After thugs abducted Alex Dryden from his hotel, the journalist and MI6 fact-finder learned that it’s better to go without a tie in Moscow.
“They put me in the back, you know, like you see in Italian Mafia movies, and I was driven out to some marshes — a notorious dropping-off spot Read More
Anna Chapman, the pouty face of the Russian spy ring, is considering “selling (or at least telling)” her story to British tabloids, according to Newsweek. The only problem is that her plea agreement explicitly states that she and the other agents must turn over any proceeds they make from selling their stories Read More
Last week, right before Cynthia and Richard Murphy, also known as the Montclair spies, were returned to Russia, they had to surrender their home at 31 Marquette Road.
According to the New York Daily News, if the FBI decides to put the wood-shingled colonial up for auction, it Read More
This morning, on the tarmac of Vienna’s international airport, America handed over ten spies to Russia, and, in return, received four men accused by Moscow of spying for the West. The Russian agents were brought in on a American Vision Airlines jet; Russia brought their half of the deal in a Moscow Emergencies Ministry plane, Read More
The Transom, Spies, Secrets
The Russian spies may be leaving us soon. According to the New York Times, the ten agents, who, by the way, sucked at spying, may plead to lesser charges and get deported back to Russia.
Of the ten agents in custody–one is still at large in Cyprus somewhere–none are charged Read More
Montclair, a leafy New Jersey suburb, has two movie theaters, three firehouses, 18 public tennis courts, 42 houses of worship and a population of about 38,000. The 6-square-mile piece of land has been called Cranetown, Speertown, West Bloomfield and, by the 1860s, Montclair; more recently the residents have nicknamed it the People’s Republic of Montclair, Read More
According to documents filed yesterday, Manhattan resident Anna Chapman has been meeting with a Russian official to exchange information over secret wireless networks every Wednesday since January.
READ: Russian Spy Exchanged Information All Around Manhattan
Ms. Chapman, 28, has either red or brown hair—depending on which Facebook photo you find. According Read More
One young woman accused of being a Russian spy in criminal complaints filed Monday, June 28, was Anna Chapman, a beautiful 28-year-old who allegedly founded an online real estate company and had an apartment in the Financial District.
Ms. Chapman, according to the documents filed in Federal District Court in Manhattan, “unlawfully, willfully and knowingly, Read More